The next time someone asks, “What is yoga good for?”, consider sharing this article from the National Center for Complimentary and Integrative Health. Yoga has an extensive list of benefits, and this article provides the evidence-based support for such claims. It is extremely important that any individual considering yoga find the right style (type of yoga class) for a person’s specific needs and a proper instructor to help an individual safely meet those needs. For people with specific medical problems, consider therapeutic yoga, yoga therapy, or specialized physical therapy sessions that are based on yoga philosophy. Please note, yoga is a personal practice and it may take time (trying different types of classes and various instructors) and patience before an individual finds the right fit. Click here to read the full article.